Bookish Links #21
Wednesday, 10 August 2016
Welcome to another Bookish Links roundup post where we share some of the articles, videos and blog posts we've enjoyed lately!
1. Bookseller For A Day! - ever wondered what it would be like to run a bookshop? This article from Buzzfeed is all about an Airbnb bookshop in Scotland!
2. Looking For A Summer Read? - why not try picking up a non-fiction title? Check out these awesome ideas from Brit + Co that are anything but boring!
3. Author Recommendations - we always love discovering authors we haven't read before and enjoyed Samantha's recent post on three of her favourite Filipino writers. Have you read any of their novels?
4. Page Marker - so many books, so little time means the need for multiple bookmarks and we love these cute magnetic designs from Happy Hello Co.
5. Nerdy Bookworm Box - how awesome does this UK-based monthly subscription box look?! Have you tried out the Nerdy Bookworm Box or any other bookish subscription services?
6. Genre Swaps - if you've ever wondered what your favourite novels would be like if they were written in a different genre you'll love this post from Emily over at Loony Literate.
7. #OwnVoices - in this post takes a closer look at the important issue of diversity in the stories we read and shares her thoughts. What are your thoughts on this issue?
8. Writing Recipe - in this post Lucy shares her top writing tips that helped her break the 2,000 word road block on her own project. Definitely one to check out if you're working on your own novel or short story!
9. Vacation Dreams - who doesn't love a good road trip? We really enjoyed Hannah's guest post on which characters she'd love to road trip with. Who would make your list?
10. 19 Years Of Harry Potter - our final post of this roundup comes from BB blogger Anjali, who recently shared a post on Harry Potter a whole nineteen years after the release date of The Philosopher's Stone. What does the Harry Potter universe mean to you? Let us know in the comments!
If you've read or written an interesting bookish article you think our readers would enjoy please let us know - it may be featured in a future post!
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